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. >>> the medical examiner has been called out to the caltrain tracks in san jose where a woman's body was found. investigators are looking at evidence between the diridon and tamien station stops. she may have been hit by a southbound train but the circumstances of her death are still under investigation. trains are on schedule. >>> a shooting this morning left a man dead in san jose in the ninth homicide of the year. police why called to murtha and capitol avenue around 4:30 this morning. a man was shot in the chest. so far, police don't have a suspect or motive. >>> authorities are trying to figure out how a man got into an elevator shaft at a bart station. bart police say the homeless man died last night after being crushed by an elevator going up. his body was wedged between the elevato -- elevator and a wall. >> the defense secretary chuck hagel is returned to the u.s. his three-day visit saw an afghan police officer shoot u.s. troops, two suicide bombings and accusations by their president hamid karzai that the united states is working with the talib
is in san jose this morning. people voted for this. >> reporter: people voted for this in november. what's happening today is minimum wage workers in san jose will now make $10 an hour. that's up from $8 an hour. this is the largest minimum wage pay increase in the nation. now, again, voters approved measure d in the fall. that's why the $2 increase is happening. this is of course happy news for the thousands of minimum wage workers in the city. but san jose's mayor is concerned that some businesses might not be able to handle the hike. he is worried people could lose their jobs. >> as the minimum wage goes up, small businesses in particular will make accommodations. some will absorb the cost, some will pass it on to their customers and some will have to decrease jobs and lay people off. >> a campaign is also kicking off today to encourage people to spend their extra money from those earnings in the city. the slogan is, earn and spend in san jose. it will be displayed in business windows. the minimum wage in california is $8 an hour. in san j
makovec shows thus big turnout for the -- us the big turnout for the san jose giants' job fair. >> times are tough right now. >> reporter: hundreds of job seekers came hopeful for part- time temp work with the san jose giant. >> trying to make it and survive. >> reporter: not talking about high school kids for the summer. >> i haven't done in? probably 11 years. it's kind of -- nerve-wracking. stomach ache you know. >> reporter: liz perez already has a job but she needs another one to keep up with the rising cost of living. >> everything's going up. but your income. >> reporter: randy ibanez agrees he already works full- time at a warehouse. >> there are a lot of jobs available but then there's a lot of competition though. everyone's looking for a job right now. >> reporter: she has training and ten years experience in promotion and she'll take what she can get. >> retail sales i'm willing to start there. i understand that and learn more about the game just being there. and then move up from there. >> you know we've had such a huge turnout
. >>> well, tomorrow, san jose's new $10 minimum wage goes into effect. it was approved by voters last fall. community and labor leaders hope the increase will bring in more business. >> reporter: with a line that looks like this you know these barista's are hard at work and soon their paychecks will better reflect it. >> i am happy about that. >> reporter: he works two min mum wage jobs and still has to borrow money from his parents but thanks to this initiative the min mum wage will go from $8 to $10. giving thousands of workers a raise. >> i know for me, personally, and my friends it makes a big difference. >> reporter: soon, you will see new signs in store front windows encouraging people to spend the extra money they are earning right here in san jose. this is the logo for the new earn and spend campaign that kicks off tomorrow. >> we know that people increasingly make decisions about where they are going to shop and dine on an ethical bases. >> reporter: and labor unions and businesses are hoping knowing workers are paid fair wages will b
in san jose because there was no venue large enough in santa cruz. the funeral procession will leave the santa cruz boardwalk at 8:45 a.m. 200 vehicles will be traveling 33 miles taking highway 17 to 85 to 87 and then exiting here in san jose on julian street. again, that service starts at noon here at hp pavilion. it is expected to run until 3 p.m. live in san jose, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> there will be two locations in santa cruz where people can watch the service from san jose. one is at the kaiser permanente arena at 140 front street. the other at the del mar theater at 1124 pacific avenue. the live video feed from the hp pavilion begins at 11:00. the venues open at 10:00. seating will be on a first come first served basis. public transit is available to get to the pavilion. an express bus will run from santa cruz to san jose on its normal schedule this morning. free vouchers will be available for those attending the memorial service. amtrak and caltrain also serve downtown san jose. they are offering free travel for law enforcemen
to be arraigned later on this week. >>> other bay area headlines. san jose police investigated the city's ninth homicide of the year this morning. the man what the found dead in the street shot in the chest. so far no suspects. >>> in san francisco, police believe a homeless man was sleeping on top of an elevator when he was crushed. his body was found last night in an elevator shaft at the montgomery bart station. >>> and a martinez teenager missing for nearly two weeks is safe. 18-year-old ryan menjivar's mom says the successful alhambra high school student couldn't take bullying and left home in the middle of the night. they have been searching for him but the family says ryan is safe and will not go back to school in martinez. >>> the search is on for an oakland woman who went out for a jog four days ago and hasn't come back. the 31-year-old woman was last seen thursday morning near 34th and telegraph. a business surveillance video caught her walking by at 8 a.m. she was supposed to catch a flight to dallas the next day to visit her brother but she never
on a busy san jose street. >>> we just have not been able to locate mr. bush. and so for that reason, the rescue effort is being discontinued. >> a man swallowed by a sinkhole and no chance for recovery. what will happen now to save a neighborhood. >>> it's my money. so -- i mean it makes me mad. >> unclaimed cash stolen by the state. the change in the work to reunite residents with money left behind. good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. we begin tonight with developing story out of san jose. a high speed chase ends with officers shooting and killing a suspect. neighbors capturedthe dramatic scene on city treesen -- streets on their cell phones. and eventually ended near the intersection of blossom and carelo avenues. kpix 5's don knapp reports. >> reporter: and police are not talking specifically about a gun being used by the suspect although they do say a threatening motion was made. but the lethal weapon in this case was the suspect's own vehicle which he used to ram three police cars. what began as a solo officer chasing a suspect ended up with this, multiple police cars and ultima
runways at san jose's mineta international airport so other flights that need to come in are being delayed as they investigate this situation. certainly if you have plans heading out to the airport if you have a flight later on or you're going to pick somebody up at the airport, call the airline ahead of time to be sure it's not delayed from this incident. >> once again, fire crews at the scene at san jose mineta international airport. it's alaska airlines holding up to 100 people. people have come and gone from the two buses. fire apparatus there but doesn't look like they are dousing the plane by any stretch. we are trying to get more information. we are told that the smell of burnt metal was prevalent outside the plane and perhaps inside. it appears that everyone is safe. >> it does. we don't see any ambulances out there. at the scene since this is going on. this just happened. it could be precautionary. the passengers were taken off the plane. now it appears they are being allowed back here in the plane so this could be a precaution and
to have everybody under one roof. >> reporter: the service is being held in san jose because there was no large enough venue in santa cruz. so the procession starts in santa cruz leaving the boardwalk at 8:45 this morning. 200 vehicles will be traveling 33 miles taking highway 17 to 85 to 87. and then exiting on julian street. now, in attendance today here at the pavilion, governor brown, california attorney general kamala harris, and "american idol" finalist james durban who is interest santa cruz is going to be here to perform. it is going to be a three-hour ceremony starting at noon. anne makovec, kpix 5. >>> there will be two locations in santa cruz where people can watch the service on a big screen. one is at the kaiser permanente arena at 140 front street the other at the del mar theater at 1124 pacific avenue. the live video feed from hp pavillion will begin at 11:00. the venues open up at 10:00. no tickets. >>> public transit is available to get to the pavilion. the 17 express bus will run from santa cruz as to san jose on its no
. these are pictures from last weekend's buyback in san jose. today's event runs from 10:00 to 3:00 at the solano county fairgrounds. you can get $100 for a working handgun or shotgun, or $200 for an assault weapon. solano county law enforcement agencies say funds are limited and they are still accepting checks and cash donations. >>> workers are now pouring concrete on the final section of the roadway of the new bay bridge. this is happening on the eastbound deck of the so-called oakland touchdown. today's work is considered a major milestone. crews will shut down the bay bridge for the last round of construction work starting on august 28th. and the bridge is set to open to traffic right after the labor day weekend. kpix 5 is the official television station for the bay bridge opening ceremony. we are counting down the days until the new eastern span opens in september. >>> workers are rebuilding this weekend, after a fire hit a world famous food destination in berkeley. cabella's waters was in tears after seeing the damage at her restaurant. >> the beams ar
. if you can't change it change your attitude. kpix 5's len ramirez on how some san jose businesses are applying that philosophy to the new minimum wage law. >> reporter: some businesses are raising prices, some cutting back on hours and several businesses are getting together for a new awareness campaign to get people to buy and spend here in san jose as a result of this minimum wage. but businesses that have already raised the minimum wage from $8 to $10 say the impacts are not that bad. starting today, that extra $2 an hour is going into workers' pockets, their bank accounts or back into the economy. >> downtown san jose isn't the cheapest place to live but with extra money i think it goes a long way. >> reporter: phil's coffee near san jose state boosted its employees' pay from $8 to $10 an hour in january and found it was good for business. >> we noticed team members are working harder and giving better service and are happier so the stores got businesses ye? >> he says so far phil's is doing well. >> some have absorbed it. >> there is a un
butch baker and elizabeth butler will be held thursday at hp pavilion in downtown san jose. you can watch the service live on kpix 5. >>> the man police believe is responsible for a deadly shooting and crash on the vegas strip will be in court today in los angeles. it's an etradi' tion -- that shooting caused a chain reaction crash that killed two people in a taxi. >>> san francisco police are searching for an assault rifle stolen from an unmarked police car. the ar15 gun was in the the car on mission street when someone broke the window and grabbed it saturday night. that type of gun is given to specially trained officers. san francisco police have sent out an alert to other agencies to try and find the weapon. >>> a woman with a rifle and a hatchet held san francisco police off for more than two hours yesterday. it it started when residents of lion street home walked in on a burglary. s.w.a.t officers talked to the 22-year-old suspect into dropping the weapons and surrendering. she is facing burglary charges. >>> san francisco police are search
for an invasion. >>> thousands of people who earn the minimum wage in san jose just got a raise. they are making $10 an hour. it's because voters approved the $2 an hour pay hike in november. chuck reed is concerned some businesses won't be able to handle the hike. the mayor is concerned about people who are likely to lose their jobs. >> as the minimum wage goes up, small businesses in particular will make accommodations, some of them will absorb the cost, some will pass it on to customers and some will lay people off. >> a campaign is kicking off to encourage people to spend extra earnings in san jose. >>> redwood city could join many of its neighbors on the peninsula tonight and vote to ban most retailers from from giving out single use plastic bags. the plan before the city council would also require a 10- cent charge for paper bags. and san mateo county adopted a plastic bag ban in november. the county says only a small percentage of bags are recycled. >>> thomas frazier begins work today as the oakland police department compliance direct
for an invasion. >>> thousands of people who earn the minimum wage in san jose just got a raise. they are now making $10 an hour. the $2 increase is because voters approved the pay hike in november. san jose's mayor is concerned that some businesses will not be able to handle the hike. he is concerned about the people he says who are likely to lose their job. >> as minimum wage goes up small businesses in particular will make accommodations, some will absorb the costs, some pass it on to customers and some will have to lay people off. >> a campaign is kicking off today to encourage people to spend money in san jose. >>> redwood city could join many of its neighbors on the peninsula tonight and vote to ban most retailers from giving out single use plastic bags. the plan before the city council would also require a 10- cent charge for paper bags. san mateo county adopted a plastic bag ban in november and the county says only a small percentage of those bags gets recycled. >>> for the first time in three months gas prices have dipped a little. six cents in th
of the homeless population in san jose. >> cardinals celebrate sunday mass before beginning the conclave to elect a new pope. i'm randall pinkston in vatican city with the story coming up. >> and the gun control debate continues. a big response to the gun buyback in the east bay and a new bill that may let one community decide whether it wants to have gun shows. >> it's 8:30, sunday march 10th. thank you for joining us. i'm ann. it's 830 tomb, not 930time. >> if you wake up in a shock, we have the spring forward, i have done it before. make the call -- an apology. i'm film matire. welcome back. -- i'm phil matiere. >> final preparations are made for the conclave. there is no clear front runner. let's go to randall pinkston joining us from vatican city with more. good morning, randall. >> reporter: good morning. there is a lot of excitement and anticipation as cardinals prepare to go into the conclave on tuesday. the past six days, they're having what is known as general congregation, meeting, discussing church affairs, finance and management and the qualities they want in a new pope. today, the c
the microclimates. we saw anywhere from just over .3" of precipitation right around the san jose area and sunnyvale to nearly a half inch in walnut creek and nearly 7 owe 10" inof rain in st. helena. how do we stack up as far as the precipitation of normal stats are concerned? well, we are doing better than last year but we still need more rain. san francisco 73% of where we should be for this time of the year. santa rosa 83. but compare that with last year when san jose only had 26% of normal. sure, we had more rain coming. paul deanno will tell you a little later in this broadcast if it's certainly going to help. reporting live with mobile weather from treasure island, roberta gonzales, kpix 5. >> you can track the rain anytime with our live high-def doppler radar. that's on our website, cbssf.com/weather. >>> four suspects are in jail after an hours long hostage drama in san francisco this morning. now, police say it started just before 4 a.m. four suspects in ski mass, took over a marijuana growing operation in the city's bayview neighborhoo
. that will be at hp pavilion in downtown san jose following a motorcade from santa cruz. you can watch tomorrow's service live right here on kpix 5. >>> switching gears, the big news today we have some rain for the first time in a long time really. >> i know. we needed this, right? >> yeah, absolutely. significant storm system making its way through the bay area finally seeing that rainfall showing up out there and well, we are going to see more of it. we're not done yet. but the main cold front has moved on through a little early on. the winds were whipping and rain was coming down. we are still seeing rainfall but making its way further south. toward san jose, just to the north in milpitas, heavier rainfall sliding through there. [ no audio ] [ please stand by ] [ please stand by, no audio ] >>> the first good rain we have seen this year but what that means for your commute is all that oil and dirt is going to be coming up from below so but more on your commute let's send things over to liz in the nice warm studio. >> i know. i'm sorry, cate. we won't
property in the south bay. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is in san jose this morning where warnings went out several days ago. >> reporter: the city says it gave these people 72 hours notice and today they are planning a clean-up. i'm on spring street in san jose and you can see campers remain on this public property. the clean-up though is set to begin this morning. and the city says it's going up to its police presence here. about 100 people having living in this encampment near the guadalupe parkway river. it's one of an estimated 60 camps throughout santa clara county. this one is in the flight path of the san jose airport so it's been spotted from above and it quickly grew after another sweep of a homeless encampment nearby. >> you move them interest one spot and they pop up in another -- you move them from one spot and they pop up in another. >> it's frustrating but part of the process. we have to be consistent as i said in our application on how we work with people. if we continue to work, i think everyone at the city believes that we will have
. and later that day officers in san jose shot a suspect during a chase. several hours after that, police in union city killed another man with a gun. >>> the mystery surrounding a teddy bear with a purple heart medal left at a memorial has been sold. our sister station cap ptured the imagine of a man leaving the purple heart. later a deputy got a later from the man saying in part the bear reflects. love of community, the red ribbon for the bloodshed in the line of community. the purple heart for the sacrifice above and beyond all duty. the police department says it was deeply moved. a man has been arrested for stealing flowers from the memorial. police say ken maffei took the flowers, and he says he purchased the flowers but couldn't produce a receipt. >>> the public memorial service for loren butch baker and elizabeth butler will be held thursday at noon at hp pavilion in downtown san jose. >>> san francisco police are trying to track down an assault rifle stolen from an unmarked police car. on saturday night someone broke into the lost vehicle on m
5 to 10 degrees above average as high as 76 degrees today in livermore, 73 in san jose, 69 in san francisco. about 75 degrees in the napa valley. going to get even warmer. we'll talk about that coming up. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> we'll start you off with a live look at the south bay this morning. this is a look at 101 near trimble. as you can see everything is moving at the limit. we have overnight roadwork in san jose. we'll get to that in just a minute. but 101 is still moving fine. towards the bay bridge and this is a look at traffic towards treasure island, this morning we'll find various lanes blocked westbound 80 from the toll plaza all the way out towards yerba buena island scheduled to wrap up by about 5:00. probably in the clearing stages just about now. all right. let's go towards san jose. the closure we want to tell you about, that northbound 280 to northbound 880 connector ramp shut down for the next 25 minutes or so. there could be various lanes blocked blocked still on northbound 880 approaching steve
in san jose this morning. the pilot of the alaska airlines plane got a warning of a possible engine fire 20 minutes into the flight from san jose to idaho. the pilot declared an emergency, turned around and came ban t mineta. the passengers were unhurt and put on other flights. >>> in richmond, experts are checking out how much damage was done to a sailboat stolen and beached near pacifica yesterday. the 82-foot "darling" was he had to do richmond overnight and is in -- was towed to richmond overnight and is in dry dock. repairs could cost more than what the boat is worth. >>> a san jose woman says she woke up to a man in her bedroom then screams and chases him off. kpix 5's cate caugiran with why police say the suspect was well equipped to evade them. >>> reporter: she woke up and there he was hovering over her. the woman tells me at first she thought it was one of her daughters' boyfriends and seconds later she knew it wasn't. it appears he broke in the kitchen window. she chased him out the back door. >> this person is on parole for burglary
the neighborhoods and reach out to young people about alternatives to violence. >>> san jose police are trying to explain how they missed the body of an elderly man stabbed, then stashed in his apartment. detectives had checked the place after the man was listed as missing. but as mark sayre tells us, the big break came yesterday when the victim's granddaughter wound up back at the apartment alongside the suspected killer. >> reporter: family members have been looking for him for more than a month. police even made a visit to the apartment. despite all that effort, the man's decomposing body was right there the entire time. 69-year-old stanley jacobson was last seen by his family on february 4th and now, more than a month later, police have arrested regina butler and charged her with murder. his granddaughter says the family has always suspected butler, who the family believed to be homeless. >> and latched on to a senior that had an apartment and some place for her to hide out in and, you know, he's -- you know, diminished capacity. >> reporter: police now
pool. >>> all right. let's go back to san jose and kpix 5's don who's at the scene with the latest shooting voing a police officer. don. >> officers on the scene tonight looking over this investigation. obviously they're going to stay here for some time trying to figure this out. it's kind of one of those sad situations where you have something that begins almost as an inok would you say confrontation between a police officer and a suspect ed ending up in violence in a neighborhood with several police cars and a suspect shot dead. let's take a look at the video. >> what began as a solo officer chasing a suspect ended up with multiple police cars chasing and ultimately shooting the suspect. it began about 2:30 in the afternoon according to san jose police sergeant jason dwyer with what an officer decided was a dprooifr acting suspiciously. when he approached the car dwyer say it is car sped off and later when the officer caught up with him, the driver rammed the mri police car. that brought other officer into the chase. >> during that pursuit the initial pursuing officer's car is di
in san jose. a high-speed chase ends with officers shooting and killing a suspect. neighbors capture the dramatic scene on city streets on cell phones. you can see at least a dozen cop cars following that tan sedan. it ended near the intersection of blossom and calero avenues. >> reporter: police have just a few minutes ago reopened blossom avenue after about eight continuous hours of investigation. we did also watch the very damaged car of the suspect being hauled away. police had said earlier nothing specific about a gun, but they did say the suspect made a threatening motion. but the lethal weapon in this case apparently was the car, police say, which the suspect used to ram three police vehicles. what began as a solo officer chasing a suspect ended up with this, multiple police cars chasing and ultimately shooting a suspect. it began with what an officer decided was a driver acting suspiciously. when he approached the car, the car sped off. later, when the officer caught up with him, the driver rammed the police car. that bro
of gains for the stock market and it's more good news for workers in san jose. that city's minimum wage goes up starting monday. it is set to go up from $8 to $10 an hour that some business owners fought against. but kpix 5's len ramirez found one man who has had a change of heart. >> reporter: piece of my heart in san jose is ahead of the curve when it comes to san jose's new minimum wage law. >> we rolled it out in december instead of waiting until march to do it. >> reporter: the owner says a funny thing happened when he boosted priced and raised pay. workers were happier and more productive. >> it makes a differences when you wake up in the morning and check your account and you can pay for everything that you need. >> reporter: and customers barely noticed the 25-cent increase on slices. >> we have had a couple of customers notice but when they fine out it's all going to the employees, they like our employees, they're happy so it's worked out. >> reporter: that's not how it all started out. the voter-approved initiative which raises the minimu
, thanks. >>> a woman has confessed to killing a man inside his san jose home. 70-year-old stanley jacobson was found stabbed to death in his room at hilton manor senior apartments. he was reported missing last month but no one noticed his body until yesterday. he was found under the mattress of his fold-out sofa bed and family said they had searched the apartment before but yesterday the smell helped them find him. >> you didn't smell anything? >> yes, it smelled like garbage and yeah, but he wasn't decaying that much at that point. today you really smelled the decay. >> jacobson's 47-year-old girlfriend regina butler was arrested yesterday after she returned to the home. the family thought she was stealing his social security checks. >>> it is moving day for dozens of homeless camping on public property down in the south bay. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec now in san jose where warnings went out several days ago but a lot of people don't want to move. >> reporter: some people are making movements though this morning in advance of the city comi
, as well. many who couldn't make it to san jose gathered to watch a live broadcast at kaiser permanente arena. in fact, that was the original site for the memorial before planners realized it was simply too small. >>> while most area law enforcement officers were in san jose, others put their own grief aside to protect a community in mourning. kpix 5's len ramirez on the ones who stayed behind. len. >> reporter: well, ever since the two officers were gunned down, the santa cruz law enforcement community has seen tremendous support both from other allied agencies and the community as a whole. and that continued again today. but while the officers were away honoring the fallen officers, the criminal element apparently came forward to take advantage. just minutes after most of the region's law enforcement officers drove to san jose for services for the two murdered santa cruz officers -- >> tellers were pretty shaken up. >> reporter: -- three armed men robbed a bank of the west branch in nearby capitola. >> i couldn't believe that someone was taking ad
will taken the caskets from santa cruz.. to san jose.. you can watch live coverage of tomorrow's service.. right here on kpix-5. new this morning. a swat team responds to san mateo general hospital after a patient sets a small fire. k-p-i-x 5 reporter anne makovec is outside the hospital with what's happening with patient. sgt. dave norris san mateo pd 01:18:32;05: everyone acted professionally. the staff, before pd arrived, were already moving into action...taking care of things to make sure this was resolved. officers say it's not what made the patient upset. they also say they can't release information on his status, due to patient confidentiality rules. the bay lights art installation is up now and running on the western span. ((ooh! look at that!!!)) it debuted last night. this dazzling display of performance art is funded by $8- million dollars in private donations. it will go on from 6 pm to 2 am nightly until 2015. san francisco's mayor is already imagining the lights as a more permanent fixture. mayor bite: we talk about this being a two- year commitment. (butt sot
after most of the region's law enforcement officers drove to san jose for services for the two murdered santa cruz officers -- >> tellers were pretty shaken up. >> reporter: -- three armed men robbed a bank of the best bank in nearby capitola. >> i couldn't believe someone was taking advantage of today. >> reporter: witnesses told police the robbers pointed handguns and escaped with an unnamed amount of cash. the timing was no coincidence. >> people know that a lot of the officers are going to be over there honoring the fallen officers. it's just really disappointing. actually, it's disgusting. >> reporter: several capitola officers were at the services, but even with minimum staffing levels, sergeant booth said he had enough officers to investigate the robbery and cover the rest of the city. next car to santa cruz, almost all of the officers were at the funeral next door in santa cruz, officers from salinas, the monterey county selves office and cal berkeley pd patroled the city and answered calls. santa cruz firehouses were backfilled b
jose," urging people to support san jose's small businesses. >>> one san francisco company is too popular for its own good. it can't keep up with business. david jackson on what's so special about the sweatshirt called the greatest hoodie ever made. >> reporter: a remarkable story of explosive growth. last year, they launched american giant, a clothing company built around a simple hoodie. but once the public tried out the sweatshirts, american giant became giant overnight. >> the demand took us by surprise. i think what we're doing from a marketing perspective is focusing on our existing customers, the customers willing to wait three months for the hoodie, making sure they're getting what they need. >> reporter: the message is you have to wait three months for a sweatshirt bought online that is of such high quality that you don't mind waiting. american giant is trying to meet all its orders, but their bold experiment is paying off. they built a shirt from american cotton and american fabric. sold in san francisco. it still delivers a $79
this morning. >>> investigators in san jose believe arkansassonists -- arsonists behind a fire. one building badly damaged. no one was injured. >>> the santa santa clara county held a gun buy back this weekend. each handgun, shotgun and rifle was worth a hundred dollars. each assault weapon, 200. the goal is to get guns off the streets. >>> and in last gados this evening. they will consider a moratorium on future gun sales. it will give them time to come up with long-term buy backs for weapons. the only retailers selling guns would be able to continue gun sales during the moratorium. >>> why don't we get a check on weather. we're both in pink, how about you. >> you guys have moved onto spring, i see. for good reason. we are switching back to wintry weather around the bay area. no rain today but we are seeing drizzle out toward the immediate coastline. the temperatures starting out the at 48 crease. and 50 in san jose, and 48 degrees in the napa valley. we have the cold front on approach. and high temperatures keeping us dry for one last day. t
boomers. how about 73 for livermore tomorrow. san jose 71. that's 4 degrees above average. san mateo and union city, all right around 69 to 70 degrees tomorrow. concord 73. walnut creek 74. livermore at 73 tomorrow. vallejo 71 is and low 70s likely in oakland, sonoma and san rafael. there's the rain moving in late tomorrow, it will be hopping inside. to let that get wet. we've got rain and thunderstorms on easter sunday as we will dry out by monday. monday through wednesday looking dry. another chance of rain on thursday. you can't get that rain all winter long. now it's easter sunday. we'll get that rain. >> and they will be adding that here during the day. >> it won't be a washout, but with a chance of thunderstorms if you hear thunder, that's my rule of thumb to keep the kids inside. always better to keep them safe as you can hear the thunder and you'll be close enough to get hit. maybe an easter egg hunt inside. sounds good. >> good advice. all right. students and families in san jose will march through the streets to celebrate. today marked the 20th year of the allen rock school
from yesterday's high of 68. 64 in san jose falling tonight to 45 degrees throughout the valley. back into allen rock as well. upper 30s, getting out that extra blanket. low 40s in livermore, cooler tonight. the trough, looking out towards mount diablo. more areas in the bay area. not so much from this trough but upstream. that is a little stronger and dump about an inch of rain throughout the bay area midweek with cooler temperatures. play along at home. here is your future cast on monday. we begin to clear out ever so slightly. then, here comes the precipitation by tuesday evening. slicing from the north to the south. all right, for your monday, back to work forecast. middle 60s, dry conditions, dry throughout most of the state. dry here as well with sunshine. once the morning clouds move out we are talking about temperatures, oh, that san jose number was way off. 65 in san skwroes's. otherwise this is your extended forecast. rain begins on tuesday night. up to an inch. the snow level on wednesday. 3500 feet. cooler numbers and dry afte
businesses will be able to handle the hike, according to san jose a mayor. >> i am worried about the small businesses they will make a comtkaeugs, com-- accommodations and absorb it and others will have to lay people off. >> actually to be able to ark chief financial independence from my parents. as it stands i did not make enough to pay for rent and food and gas and i might actually be able to to that. >> reporter: in san jose, kpix- 5. >> the minimum wage is $8 an hour in california. workers are paid based on whatever rate is higher. right now there is a bill in congress proposing to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 an hour. >>> for the first time in nearly 3 months gas prices have dipped a little. 6 cents in the last two weeks. nationwide the average for a gallon of unleaded is $3.74. according to gasbuddy.com the average in san francisco is $4.15 a gallon. oakland, $4.10, and san jose $4.11. lowest average in california is in sacramento at $4.02 a gallon. >>> 6 teenagers are dead after their suv went into a swampy pond in north
windy all day. take a look at these peak wind gusts. half-moon bay, san jose state university and novato all with wind gusts of 40 miles per hour. there's a cold front moving through tonight which will keep the rain chance around but we're not done yet. big area of low pressure sliding by this week keeping the rain chance elevated. details how long that rain is going to stick around coming up in about ten minutes. >> all right. see you then. >>> take a live look at the bay bridge tonight. this side of the island, it's all about that. the bay lights. our installation is up and running on the western span from treasure island into the city of san francisco. we have team coverage tonight starting with kristen airs who shows us how all this works. kristen. >> that's right. ken, they pushed a button just about two hours ago and just take a look at it. this is the flashiest that the san francisco bay bridge has ever looked at 1.8 miles wide and 500 feet high, this is the largest led light structure in the world and tonight we watched it come alive. >> tonight bay bridge sparkled. >> it's gorge
to you. >> thank you. >>> in san jose, a final salute to two fallen heroes. a sea of uniformed officers stood in silence outside hp pavilion to honor the santa cruz police detective kill in the line of duty last week. thousands of mourners paid their respects. >> we gather to remember a mother, partner, an inspiration to all of us. we gather to remember a father, a husband, a mentor, and a friend. >> santa cruz police sergeant lauren butch baker and detective elizabeth butler were killed last month investigating a sexual assault. >>> while thousands of police officers were at the memorial in san jose, some criminals saw an opportunity to strike. just minutes after most of the region's law enforcement officers drove to san jose three armed men robbed a bank in nearby capitola. witnesses tell police the robbers pointed handguns, shoved some employees and escaped with an undisclosed amount of cash. >> people know that we're, you know, that a lot of the officers are going to be over there honoring the fallen officers and it's just really disapp
the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ ♪ death of an elderly man who had been reported missing. san jose >>> bizarre twist in the stabbing death 6 an elderly man who had been reported missing. san jose police are trying to explain why they missed the body when they searched the man's apartment. kpix 5's mark sayre explains how one mystery got solved right before the suspect's eyes. mark. >> reporter: family members have been looking for him for more than a month. police even made a visit to the apartment. nobody found him even though he was right there the entire time. 69-year-old stanley jacobson was last seen by his family on february 4th and now, more than a month later, police have arrested regina butler and charged her with murder. his granddaughter says the family has always suspected butler, who the family believed to be homeless. >> and latched on to a senior that had an apartment and some place for her to hide out in and, you know, he's --you know, diminished capacity. >> reporter: police now say they believe jacobson's body had been in his u
the teachers want to provide. >> students in san jose are completing their art project and using expensive art supplies that the district doesn't pay for. because of a new state law students cannot be charged a fee or be required to bring supplies trouble makers home. but the supplies have to come from somewhere says this art teacher. >> this year we only had $500 for the school year compared to other schools. yesterday i bought color pencils for my art 2 class. just on that i spent $85. >> which he charged to his personal credit card and hopes for reimbursement. >> i want to make sure we are giving the kids an equal chance. that's why i will dip into my pocket. >> the law is the result of an american civil liberties lawsuit and is designed to insure that free public education remains free. >> i think clxxv -- 1575 is a good law. if public education is not free, it puts students with less means at a greater disadvantage. when you factor in enrichment activities ited as to it. >> the problem real is california is 49th in spending per pupil and a lot o
in the 30s and 40s this morning. we'll warm it up up to about the 50s. 37 in santa rosa and san jose, 32-degree, livermore, 38. we've got a nice day on tap for the bay area. today we get highs in the 60s. but the high will migrate closer to the shoreline. as it does, we'll warm well into the 70s this week. the numbers won't set record highs but it will be plenty warm. and the futurecast for today shows a few little watches of clouds stuck to the peninsula. aside are the that, as time marchs on, the clouds melt and we look at a sunny day today. a few clouds drift in later in the day for monday, but for monday, sunday lives up to its name. it looks mighty nice. if you're headed out of the bay area, a few clouds in the central valley. 57 at lake ha -- tahoe. 69 at oakland and 67 in mountain view. extended forecast, sunshine all over the place for the bay area with readings warming into the mid-70s midweek. by next weekend, we'll cool it off a little bit with numbers coming back down into the upper 60s range, but there's not a drop of rain. are we g
. crime concerns are much lower in san jose and san francisco. and you can find the full results of that poll on our website, cbssf.com. >>> well, oakland police did have something to celebrate today. they recovered a priceless piece of california history taken in a brazen museum burglary. kpix 5 reporter ann notarangelo shows us the case is far from closed. >> reporter: the jewelry box is exactly where it should be. it's in the museum behind me but it is still a mystery as to who took it and what were they going to do with it? >> it's been many sleepless nights. >> reporter: it may look like just an expense every jewelry box but this piece of california gold rush history evokes a lot of emotion. it's one of the iconic pieces in this museum. and when the oakland museum of california director got the call yesterday that it had been recovered -- >> i cried. i was in my car, pulled over and burst into tears. >> reporter: oakland police say 45-year-old parolee andre franklin has been charged with possession of stolen property. they have been loo
badly. we can smell it. >> reporter: the mayors of san francisco, san jose, santa clara and others came together on the stadium's northwest plaza to symbolize the bid to bring the super bowl here in 2016. >> there is no greater place to have a super bowl than here in silicon valley. >> it will be a regional effort with regional ben films. >> bring the super bowl here, it will be a regional effort with regional benefits. >> it's an incredible. >> reporter: the heart of the stadium is the new high-tech stadium. after the new orleans super bowl blackout this year, officials will highlight the stadium's energy efficiency. >> we have enough solar panels for our ten home games to be powered by the sun. we'll be net neutral on the grid to home games. that's something nobody else in the world can say in sporting events. >> reporter: despite the stadium being in santa clara and closer to san jose -- >> we're only a long putt from the border of san jose. >> reporter: south bay mayors know san francisco look the marquee name. >> san francisco is an iconic
for officer shortages. >>> thousands will gather in san jose tomorrow to pay their respects toth two santa cruz police officers who were killed last week in the line of duty. kip doe on tonight's memorial and tomorrow's funeral. >> at the santa cruz memorial funeral home, one last chance for a quiet good-bye. >> they've given souch to the community and to be taken like that is a tragedy. >> at a public viewing today through hug sxhs handshakes, officers held back tears while watching over the caskets of detective sergeant lawyeren baker and detective elizabeth butler. >> i just respect them and care for them. yvn this is a loss of a brother and a sister. >> the two officers were gunned down last week while questioning jermy goule about a sexual assault. responding officers killed him short time later. tune ral preparations are underway in san jose the capacity for 18 thousand people. there was no venue large enough in santa cruz. >> it's important everybody both celebrate and grieve togetherer their lives. it's nice to have everybody under one roof. >> the funeral procession leaves the san
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money they're earning right here in san jose. >> we know that people i increasingly make decisions about where they're going to shop and dine on an ethical basis. >> and labor unions and businesses are hoping knowing works are being paired wages will bring in more customers. >> he's noticed a difference since he gave raises to many employees. a lot of them are happier. >> he's on the hook for an extra 50 to $60,000 a year. >> i can't think about that. it's just a cost of business. >> not all businesses will be able to handle the hike, according to the mayor. >> i'm concerned about people losing their jobs. small businesses in particular will make accommodations. sml arb-some will absorb the cost. >> actually be able to achieve real financial independent from my parents. i didn't make enough to be able to pay for rent and gas, i used to say, now maybe i can do that. >> the minimum wage is $8 an hour in california. workers are paid based on whichever rate where they work is higher. right now there is a bill in congress proposing to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $10.1
of san jose for the last five years. the city has listened to the majority voice of the vietnamese american community. >> reporter: the fight over naming this vietnamese business district officially ended. workers push this had sign into place. the sign, little saigon, will now be visible to people driving on a stretch of 101 and 280. >> we are so proud and happy. this is not just about political but economic business also. people know where to go. >> workers installed seven freeway signs directing driver to little saigon, five of them are here on center state 280. this counsel woman dug up a big controversy when they named saigon business district for this one mile stretch but many people wanted to name it little saigon, a term that stands for historic to their homeland. >> it is almost our second identity throughout overseas. >> reporter: it took a hunger strike, many protests and a failed recall to settle the debate. the little saigon committee says these signs close a bitter chapter inner the vietnamese community. many people say the signs will make it easier for visitor
. compare that to san jose, where crime was ranked as the city's biggest problem. but most are still bullish on the bay area's biggest city. a majority say san jose is heading in the right direction. and they approve of mayor chuck reed's work. that brings us to oakland, where 71% of the people say crime is the no. 1 issue. 60% say they disapprove of the job that jean quan is doing as mayor. even more, 65%, say oakland is heading in the wrong direction. >> and you can find the full results of our exclusive poll on cbssf.com. >>> a san francisco man cured of aids. and what doctors did that may have saved the infant from the infection. >>> this woman is not breathing enough. she's gonna die if we don't get this started. >> trying to make sense of a senseless death. what are the obligations of those retirement homes to save a dying patient? >>> and getting your child into the best university. why the first step might be in picking the baby's name. [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up som
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